I will succeed. Yes, you read that correctly. I will succeed. Not for a day. Not for a week. Not for a month, year or decade. But for life. I will forever be successful until the day I die. I will accept nothing less.
So what exactly is “success?” Is it having a lot of money? Is it having a fancy car? Big house? Designer shoes? Sure, you can conclude that having any or all of those things equates to some level of “success.” But what I mean by “success” is vastly different.
To me, “success” means living a life full of joy, happiness and gratitude. It means having an amazing family and some die-hard friends. It means spending time with my kids and being there through all the little moments of their continued growth and development. It means being able to appreciate the good times and find euphoria in the great. It means being able to turn moments of defeat into lessons learned so that I achieve a different outcome the next time. It means being present, always. Being cognizant of the moments I find myself fortunate enough to experience. Being mesmerized by life’s subtle beauties and teachings.
So if you have the same outlook as me, I wish you a successful life full of abundance. I wish you a successful life full of love. Simply put, I wish you the type of success that money can’t buy.